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About wallabag

wallabag is a self hosted read-it-later app. Unlike to other services, wallabag is free and open source. It's made for you to comfortably read and archive your articles.

You can download wallabag on wallabag.org and follow the instructions to install it on your own server, or you can directly sign up on wallabag.it

This android application allows you read and manage your articles and automatically syncs them to the wallabag server.

SAVE FOR LATER:
Next time you find an article you want to read later, save it into wallabag. It will be automatically synced on your phone, your tablet, your e-reader or your computer. Therefore, your can read it anytime anywhere, even offline.

You can save an article into wallabag from nearly everywhere, including your computer and your favorite RSS reader apps.

A GREAT READING EXPERIENCE:

wallabag allows you to read articles inside a simple and pleasant view, without any distraction. You can customize wallabag depending on your reading style.

BONUS FEATURES:
* Automatic synchronization between the server and the apps
* Downloading pictures for offline reading
* Tags to manage your content
* Speech synthesis to listen to your articles

This application has been originally created by Jonathan GAULUPEAU and released under the GPL licence.
wallabag is a creation from Nicolas Lœuillet released under the MIT licence.

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Love it! A great pocket alternative with very responsive devs!
Raymond Berger
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Text to speech support is buggy, there are pauses after every single word making it hard to listen to and modifying the speed doesn't do anything all of these issues have been fixed now, thanks!
Peter Sztan
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Use it with self hosted service. No problems so far. Great service.
Babak Farshchian